Spelling list: ea words - set 1

One way of spelling the long /ē/ sound is using the letters ea. You can practice spelling the long e sound by working through this list of ea words.

reach It was a great feat to reach the peak.
teach Mum will teach me how to drive.
deal I paid a great deal of money for that.
heal Cover it up until it heals.
cream Do you like cream in your coffee?
dream I have a dream to swim with dolphins.
stream We had to wade across the stream.
fear Many people have a fear of snakes.
spear Cavemen made spears from wood.
cheat If you cheat at cards I won't play with you.
wheat Bread is made from wheat.
feast The wedding feast went on for many hours.
least I walked at least ten kilometres today.
please Please pass the plate of chips.
grease Grease the baking tin with butter.
breathe Breathe deeply to help you relax.
leave Don't eat it all, leave me a piece.
squeal The show made the children squeal with delight.
squeak Grease that spring to stop the squeak.

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Learn about these words in Unit 7. Long vowels e.g ee, ea or y? oa, o-e, or ow? u-e, ue, or ew?

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